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Spinning Code: SC DUG September 2018

This fall the South Carolina Drupal User’s Group started using Zoom are part of all our meetings. Sometimes the technology has worked better than others, but when it works in our favor we are recording the presentations and sharing them when we can.

Chris Zietlow presented back in September about using Machine Learning to Improve UX.

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OpenSense Labs: The greatness of Behat for automated testing in Drupal

The greatness of Behat for automated testing in Drupal Shankar Mon, 01/28/2019 - 14:35
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OpenSense Labs: Efficacy of Drupal in building SaaS

Efficacy of Drupal in building SaaS Shankar Mon, 01/28/2019 - 01:15
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Joachim's blog: Unnatural file changes with git

When you check out a branch or commit with git, two things happen: git changes the files in the repository folder, and changes the file that tells it what is currently checked out. In git terms, it changes what HEAD points to. In practical terms, it updates the .git/HEAD text file to contain a different reference.

But these... - News from Planet Drupal

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OpenSense Labs: Traveling Towards Future With Open Source and Open Web

Traveling Towards Future With Open Source and Open Web Vasundhra Sun, 01/27/2019 - 10:56
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OPTASY: The Drupal Quality Initiative: How Do You Know When Your Contributed Project Is Ready to Be Released? How Do You Assess Its Quality?

The Drupal Quality Initiative: How Do You Know When Your Contributed Project Is Ready to Be Released? How Do You Assess Its Quality?
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Drupal blog: How to decouple Drupal in 2019

This blog has been re-posted and edited with permission from Dries Buytaert's blog.

Do I build my website with Drupal's built-in templating layer or do I use Drupal's decoupled or headless capabilities in combination with a JavaScript framework?

The pace of innovation... - News from Planet Drupal

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Front End & Drupal Developer - Domain7 - Vancouver, BC

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Drupal Front End Developer - Domain7 - Vancouver, BC

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OpenSense Labs: The Guide for Maintaining & Building your Drupal Website

The Guide for Maintaining & Building your Drupal Website Vasundhra Fri, 01/25/2019 - 16:41
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OpenSense Labs: Can I Boost the Performance of My Team Members?

Can I Boost the Performance of My Team Members? Vasundhra Wed, 12/25/2019 - 15:56
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Tandem's Drupal Blog: Lando + Contenta CMS + Nuxt Pt. 1

January 25, 2019 Set up a headless Drupal architecture in Lando Why? Headless architectures offer many advantages to app construction. From the COPE (create once publish everywhere) strategy, to parallell development of the frontend and... - News from Planet Drupal
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Drupal Developer - Rockfort Consulting - Vancouver, BC

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Drupal Association blog: A Step in a New Direction. Farewell from Amanda Gonser.

When I joined the Drupal Association over 4 years ago, I didn’t ‘do Drupal’ and I didn’t have the faintest idea of what ‘the community’ was. These were things I read about in the job description for DrupalCon Coordinator, but didn’t mean anything to me yet. Now, as I prepare to leave Drupal - the Association, the community, the Con, the project... - News from Planet Drupal

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Dries Buytaert: How to decouple Drupal in 2019

The pace of innovation in content management has been accelerating — driven by both the number of channels that content management systems need to support (web, mobile, social, chat) as well as the need to support JavaScript frameworks in the traditional web channel. As a result, we've seen headless or decoupled architectures emerge.

Decoupled Drupal has seen adoption from all corners of the Drupal community. In response to the trend towards decoupled architectures, I wrote blog posts... - News from Planet Drupal

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OpenSense Labs: Blend of VueJS and Drupal

Blend of VueJS and Drupal Shankar Thu, 01/24/2019 - 19:25
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Promet Source: Better Instructions for Your Drupal Content Types

Besides Title, the most common field label found on a content type form is Body. Of course, this is where you place the body of your content. It’s your blog post, your how-to instructions, or maybe an event description. You know exactly what needs to be provided in this field because you are the trained author. What happens when the scenario includes many authors with varied skills? Without clearly visible instructions for the form and the form fields, content authors can make mistakes. There... - News from Planet Drupal
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